It's a big week. SEWE may have kicked off the festival season, but this week is when it really gets started with Wine + Food. Get ready and save some dolla dolla bills, y'all with these free events.
Monday Summerville’s art scene is putting put to the test at the Summerville Artist Guild 38th Annual Judged Show.
The City Paper is so amped about Bravo’s premiere of Southern Charm that we’re even making an event out of it. Join us at Mellow Mushroom for all the interactive fun.
Tuesday Creator of art exhibit Wunderkammer, Becca Barnet will be talking about her vision at Redux.
Try your hand at trivia when you hit up Cutty’s Tuesday night.
The Glass Onion is just one of many establishments that are all for spreading the Mardi Gras spirit this week.
Wednesday Get to know five published young adult authors at this panel in Blue Bicycle’s courtyard.
Grab a partner and make your way to Prohibition for a free swing dance lesson.
Spending your hard-earned money to decrease stress seems a little counterproductive, at least Bridge to Avalon thinks so. Enjoy their weekly free guided meditation session.
Come help us celebrate the launch of Dish with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at Prohibition.
Kudu is hosting a Slow Food informal networking happy hour. Converse with like-minded individuals about the local food movement.
Thursday Redux hosts the new CSA's (Charleston Supported Art) 18 featured artists of 2014 at this event that is hoping to welcome the interaction between artists and their collectors.
Check out the fashion abilities of Vogue featured celebrity stylist Alexandra Munzel at this Tabbuli function.
Every comedian has to start somewhere. Let Big Gun’s comedy open night be your debut routine.
Trivia, like anything else, is better with a team effort. Put this ideology into play at Trayce’s Too Neighborhood Bar & Grill.
Friday Get Patricia Moore’s John Hancock on a copy of one of her healthy cookbooks when she makes an appearance at Blue Bicycle Books
Head on over to the Michael Mitchell Gallery for a champagne reception to honor artist Lisa Shimko.
Free wine are two words that make us happier than most. Add in new art, and we're not going to miss that. Thankfully, it's the first French Quarter art walk of the year.
End the week and start the weekend with laughter, courtesy of On a Roll Comedy Night at Bushido.
Saturday Produce doesn’t get much fresher than that of Johns Island Farmers Market.
Sunday See the emerging musical talent of Charleston at this annual awards ceremony.
In case you haven’t heard yet, there’s also a Second Sunday coming up.